Snow and flood threats

Wales is still trying to get back to normal, after a week of snow disruption. The Met Office has issued a yellow warning - meaning 'be aware' - for snow in the north east of the country. A yellow warning for flooding is in place in the south.

Snow causing problems in north Wales

Snow on the roads in Betws-Y-Coed Credit: ITV Cymru Wales

In north Wales, snow is still making conditions tricky with hazardous driving conditions in Gwynedd, Conwy and Denbighshire. On the A55 at Queensferry one lane is starting to get covered with snow but gritters will be out overnight.

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Warnings of further snow and flooding in Wales

There's a yellow warning for snow in the north east Credit: Matthias Schrader/AP/Press Association Images

The Met Office have issued a yellow warning - meaning 'be aware' - for snow in north-east Wales. Further snowfall is likely in this area, particularly over hills and mountains.

As the snow melts in the south, Wales is braced for further disruption as there's a yellow warning for flooding in place.

The Met Office is urging people to be cautious when travelling, due to adverse weather conditions.

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